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NBC
Jul 21, 2010 11:00pm EDT
in baltimore since 1987, but the u.s. comfort could be moving. details on how local politicians are trying to keep it at home. the curtain is coming down on one of the most -- baltimore's most historic spots. >> quieter whether tonight. are storms have stayed to the north so far. details about a major warmup. right now, it is still pretty worn out there. 82 downtown >> officials slapped eight $52,000 fine against the ravenwood nursing and rehabilitation center. it forced residents to be relocated. the fine is assiated with four significant deficiencies said officials say it put a resident in harm's way. investigators also discovered mechanical problems with the air-conditioning dating back to june of 2009. presidents can not return. >> they are not bad debts and they will not be permitted to enter back into the office till the into we are assured that they are in full compliance. >> ravenwood has 10 days to submit a plan of correction. >> naval officers want to move the u.s.s. comfort out of baltimore to norfolk, virginia. >> the u.s.s. comfort brings medical care and supplies to people in
NBC
Jul 6, 2010 11:00pm EDT
the story plus her majesty makes a trip across the pond. more on the queen's visit to the u.s., next. >> record temperature tomorrow, but there is a little bit of heat in the seven-day forecast. we will check that out. 93 degrees. winds are common. signal. airborne. beautiful. and strong. there to ensure the most powerful transmitter is you. rule the air. >> queen elizabeth travel to the u.s. for the first time in 34 years. the 84-year-old laid wreaths at ground zero to honor the victims, and she addressed the general assembly at the united nations, urging them to work towards peace. the queen and her husband, prince philip, are expected to return to england to night. >> you hear it here all too often -- recall after recall, but this time, some researchers are concerned people are no longer paying attention. three separate recalls were issued within 24 hours. a new study found nearly 60% of americans have never researched of recall. researchers say it is not a good idea to think you will not be affected. >> if you eat the product anyway and nothing happens, you are more likely to say
NBC
Jul 8, 2010 11:00pm EDT
. in return, moscow will release the four spies to the u.s.. an attorney says that the admission of guilt was difficult. >> she never met personally with any officials at the russian federation. she never passed information. she never received any money. it is not the alleged that she engaged in any crime of money laundering. >> the entire spy swap was reportedly approved by president obama. >> between the lack of water and the heat, the summer swelter is wreaking havoc on area crops. >> soon, dinner options could shrink and locally grown food could be more expensive. >> everything on the menu at woodbury kitchen are locally grown. local farmers are worried. their crops are in trouble. if they he continues, the consequences could impact everything from local businesses to your wallet. >> we had late-season beans. >> bone dry. it is not just the surface. they can kick up dust 6 inches deep. he notices that the plants are stressed out. farmers count on getting 4 tons an acre. the dry weather could reduce its yield to 1 ton. >> they are setting loans and are starting -- and are stressing out
NBC
Jul 10, 2010 11:00pm EDT
. there to ensure the most powerful transmitter is you. rule the air. >> u.s. troops accounted for six of nine people killed in afghanistan today. one that killed in an accidental explosion. four were killed in bombings in southern afghanistan. june was the deadliest month in afghanistan since the war began. a memorial service was held court oandfor hon. students who drowned last week. >> hearing words from the bible spoke in their native language, the surviving students embrace d each other. they paid their respects with roses. outside on the delaware in the rain it, they laid wreaths on the river. police recovered the bodies of in the boat on friday. >> everything happened so fast. >> rachael color is a used member that hosted the hon. is still coping. -- that hosted tehe hungarians is still coping. >> i just ran over, stop everything i was doing. ran over to the doctor and everyone swim over. as they came over to me, i pulled them up out of the water. i pulled out six or seven people. it was just an instinct to help people in need. >> the ambassador insists the youth exchange programs will
NBC
Jul 15, 2010 11:00pm EDT
not be much u.s. can do. >> we still have a lot more coming your way. a story about johns hopkins hospital. you have heard it 19 times, but you will hear about the 20th. new research linking a woman's weight and where that weight is carried. >> we will see how this impacts friday and the weekend. right now in baltimore is warm. >> it looks like a healthy meal, but it is attacking more than 1,000 milligrams of sodium. >> tim miller takes the low sodium challenge. >> we have brought you this story every year for the last two decades. johns hopkins has been dubbed the best overall hospital according to u.s. news and world report. it was named the top in -- in the top five. the spokeswoman says the people of johns hopkins -- the people of baltimore prod of the global leader in health care innovation and educational excellence. into night's medical alert, new research shows the more weight an older woman's carries, it affects her memory. researchers found for every one point increase in body mass index, the memories stored drops one point. despite the warnings, most of us do not check the sodiu
NBC
Jul 17, 2010 11:00pm EDT
-2. the world cup ignited passions in american fans as the u.s. looked to compete. it was the opposite at the open champion said. at st. andrews, not american was found in the top five, for the first time in 41 years. that is where they filmed the movie chariots of fire. tiger woods is certainly one of the americans you expect a little more from. there was a long birdie putt, but he did not catch a break. the hole is taunting him. he is 12 strokes out of first. and the swede is flying up the leader board. paul casey may be the best player in the world without a major. he is english. his approach to the par-4 second, almost as if he knows something. he would make that birdie putt. this was something like an old mcdonald's commercial. it was a game of horse. this was a classic moment at st. andrews. this south african might get the girl. he had a round of 69 and has a four shot lead. he has never before made the cut in the british open. now he is 15 under par. martin is an unheralded player. three players are tied for fourth at - 7. tiger woods and phil nicholson will have to wait. we wi
NBC
Jul 20, 2010 11:00pm EDT
bags to head to florida on friday. he will head aboard a u.s. coast guard ship to help clean up the oil. a sense of pride for his parents is overwhelming. >> we are really excited for what he will learn and the life lessons he will be able to take away from this. >> i am very proud. very much. >> you'll be spending a total of eight days in the gulf. >> the state has released the list of persistently dangerous schools. all of them are in baltimore city. added to the list, the rising star academy, and northwestern high school. removed were done bar middle school, booker t. washington middle, south side academy. the federal government labels the school as persistently dangerous space on a number of suspensions for offenses such as arson, drugs, fire alarms, and attacks for the test scores for the maryland state assessment. there on the rise despite a slow february they can students out of school. it appears middle school students are making the most progress. officials say there is evidence some kids are starting to master math before they even reach middle school. to check out these court
NBC
Jul 28, 2010 11:00pm EDT
here fears the the there are u.s. citizens. tonight they are relieved. >> i was worth pursuing that i would get it stopped and asked where my documentation was ended by which is centered jellified forgot my identification. but the police who you look to for help would do that. >> the governor still in a crackdown on illegal immigration. >> they need to step into the job that they have the responsibility to do for the people of america and arizona. >> as a rally in san francisco, the demand was for immigration reform. the ruling settled nothing. state officials here about a quick appeal. >> there is another law in the limelight. it has racial implications. congress has changed a 25 year old law that says extreme differences between senses for crack cocaine and powder cocaine convictions but the it put a person convicted of crack cocaine for the same think the time as someone who had 100 times that same amount of powder cocaine. from the 80% of those convicted of crack cocaine are african- american. it has sent thousands american -- of african-americans to jail while -- new information
NBC
Jul 9, 2010 11:00pm EDT
, alexander zaporozhsky. neighbors never saw him, but they knew years ago he may have head the u.s. root out russian spice in america. >> earlier in the week when they were discussing the potential exchange, my husband and i said wouldn't it be great if max's dad came home. >> cal lone cavanaugh lives next door. alexander zaporozhsky's son, who lives in his dad's home. >> i'm so happy for my neighbors to get their dad back and i'm happy for alexander to be coming home, i guess. this is going to be soon, i hope. >> zaporozhsky had been a high-level k.b.g. agent. he was linked to exposing robert hanson and a c.i.a. official. he is one of four russian secret agents swapped for 10 people arrested in the u.s. accused of being sleeper agents. they were to testify in a new york courtroom. instead, they pleaded guilty, sentenced to time served and were deported. >> we wanted to make sure that we did this as quickly as we could so we didn't have any kind of ongoing negative impact between the good relationships that are developing between the united states and russia. >> zaporozhsky retired from the
NBC
Jun 30, 2010 11:00pm EDT
and is currently director of special projects at the u.s. chamber of commerce. >> she is a dynamic speaker. i think that makes a difference. >> the attorney is a daughter of irish immigrants. she is a mother of three. she lived in montgomery county where a towns and university professor is critical in the gubernatorial race. >> it is something that republicans wonder how the economics will affect this. this is a test of that. >> he has more political cloud than any other person that ran in to the us and 6. -- 2006. the former governor has 26,000 facebook followers. it is strategically smart for him to announce his running mate in cyberspace. >> i think it shows the young people are using social networking. he does not have a combined debt is huge -- if you want a campaign that is up to date, you have to use this. >> the governor reacted to ehrlich stores a short time ago stating that this election will be about which candidate is putin working families ahead of the special interests. -- puting working families ahead of the special interests. their first stop tomorrow is in silver springs. reporting
NBC
Jul 24, 2010 11:00pm EDT
their compound and never returned. in the meantime, five u.s. troops were killed in bombings today, for in a single attack. the coast guard has released information regarding a boat crashed early this month. >> we have people in the water. it looks like they got run over by a barge. i am going in to pick them up. >> roger, how many persons are in the water? >> i do not have time to talk to you right now. >> all 37 people on board the boat into up in the water. two tourists from hungary were killed. a houston man spent 19 years behind bars for a crime he did not commit. the 39-year-old houston man was finally released on monday and he spoke to phil archer about his ordeal. >> he drew his first free breath in 19 years, surrounded by his family. >> i have a family that were grounded as christians and god was the number one thing that i always kept first and that is what kept me going. >> he drew a life sentence after a rape victim of the to fight him as someone who attacked her. new evidence convinced a judge that it was a different man that convict -- committed that crime. what's eve
NBC
Jul 2, 2010 11:00pm EDT
while they are moving. about 150 cars are affected in the u.s.. the rest are scattered throughout the globe. to see if your car is recalled, go to our website, wbaltv.com. another recall of the two-wheel of a variety, involving bicycles. models sold at a handful of bike shops can break, causing the writer to lose control and crash. with all of the fireworks, fun and get together is this weekend, food always plays of a big role. >> nothing ruins a picnic more than spoiled food. we have some tips to keep your holiday cookout safe and healthy. >> whether you will celebrate the fourth at the beach, the mountains, or in your own backyard, food is a big part of the party. letting burgers and salad sit in the hot sun all day can be a real party paper. >> is 93 degrees. it should not sit that long. >> experts say that allowing food to sit between 41 degrees and 90 degrees is allowing for bacteria. one thing you can do to keep food safer longer is forego a manny's-based dishes, which pennzoil -- is to forgo mayonaise-based dishes, which can spoil more easily. >> bring things out in small b
NBC
Jul 7, 2010 11:00pm EDT
slavery to work for the superintendent of the u.s. naval academy. >> our job is to show that it has been an integrated community of people living together for a very long time. >> didn't stay on an old and tonic bottle, parts of dishware and bones from animals. the project will continue for the next two summers. if you missed out on the "cash- for-clunkers" program but you are still looking to get behind the wheel of a new car, you may want to note that some analysts say buying a new car could actually save you money. the recession drove up demand for used vehicles, which then inflated prices, and analysts say older vehicles simply cannot compete with the financing for the new ones. >> low finance programs, when you do the math and look at the payments over the course of the loan, it looks as if the new car could be cheaper than a used car. >> '93 models were cheaper or about the same new as buying a used one. the research was supported by consumer reports. the fda is looking for your input on a new law requiring restaurants, bending machines, coffee shops and bakeries to list calories i
NBC
Jul 14, 2010 11:00pm EDT
and spain. now he wants to add u.s. title to his resume. the rebels currently sit in second place in the eastern conference. he will have to get on i-95 to watch all the replays on the rebels, but you can see dozens of european stars at m&t bank stadium. we will have a call for you on wbal radio. the game time is 8:00, which makes for a tough transition for the players. if you get to this point in july and you make your living as a football coach, one of two things have started to happen. you have started to think of nothing but the upcoming season, or you have started to think of what you want to do next in line. for vanderbilt coach, next suddenly came into focus. he shocked to vanderbilt by walking away today three weeks before practice began. he said he no longer wants football to consume his life. instead, he will retire and spend more time with his wife. i hope he talked this over with her first. >> you only have so many years to live, and you want to see a different way. in fact, i do. i don't know how everybody else feels. some guys will coach with 1 foot in the coffin, bu
NBC
Jul 29, 2010 11:00pm EDT
are not winning. >> the average u.s. household will spend more than $2,100 on home energy this year. air-conditioning will account for about 12% of that. that is why the alliance to save energy says that it is important to give way to give your a secret, especially during days with the oppressive heat. your a see a break, especially during days with the oppressive heat. >> it would be a benefit to your electricity bill to close it off and shaded during the day. >> you want to make sure there are no leaks or >> around the window frames or doors. it can cut your heating and cooling bills year-round but 20% simple chores like changing a filter will give york ac some breathing room. >> if the filter is 30, the fan that moves the colder through dirty, of the-- is a dirt fan the moves the colder air through your system will not work efficiently. a programmable thermostat. >> if the temperature is higher when the house is empty, it can go to a lower temperature when you get home. >> swamp out in candescent bulbs with -- swap out incandescent bulbs. >> it lasts up to 10 times as long. >> if you
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